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8 -November 01, 2012 YoHr Hometown Newspaper News Outlook AMERICAN,FFA DEGREE CELEBRATES ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE I[ Submitted by Mayor Gary M. Hunt What a beautiful fall we are having here in Bath County! We are so fortu- nate to live in such a pic- turesque location. I want to update you on some events that have trans- pired over the past few months. We are .continu- ing to work on our down- town area to make it as attractive as possible for our citizens and potential businesses. Twenty-three businesses participated in the Store-Front painting project. The ARC grant paid for the paint and the store owner provided the labor. I think this made a notable difference in our downtown. The welcome sign at the bottom of the hill on Highway 36 was also completely paid for with an ARC grant. I have received many favorable comments concerning this addition. The U.S. 60/ Highway 111 Sewer Exten- sion Project has now been completed and an addi- tional 105 homes now have access to public sewer. I want to thank all those homeowners for their pa- tience and understanding throughout this past year. We are always looking for ways to improve our environment and living conditions. The city has received a mini-grant to purchase banners for our light poles throug ut downtown. This shduld be accomplished by the first of the year and should add a nice touch to our historic town. We have also received another ARC grant in the amount of $7,650 which will be used to do something I mafional DVD will assist our Industrial Authority in its task of luring new busi- ness to our area. Third- ly, and the part I'm very excited about, the funds will be used to create and publish a "Bath County Activity Booklet". This booklet will contain pages on Bath County history, landmarks, famous people, etc. The book's pages are being created by the K-5 teachers at Owingsville Elementary and Cross- road's Elementary. Once the booklet is completed, all students in grades K-5 will be given one to take home and complete with their parents. There will be extra copies that will be made available at various locations throughout the county. It is important that we understand our past as we venture into our future. We should be receiving an- other grant early next year for $10,000 which will be used for consultation and direction in establishing a "Bath County Founda- tion". This would provide a much needed source of funding for a large vari- ety of needs throughout our county. 'The city sent a team of local individuals to Berea College Brushy Fork Institute last month to learn more about this endeavor. Counties that have established founda- tions such as this have seen many positive re- sults. I will share much more about this project in a later update. Even in an economy as tight as ours, grant money is still available. I will continue to write and submit pro- er Tim Bailey started this twenty-six years ago and it has benefited hundreds of Bath County children over those years during the Christmas season. We will also be honoring our county, s veterans on that night. Veterans are encouraged to wear some- thing symbolic of their service (uniform, hat, pin, medal, etc.). We cannot and will not EVER forget the servic of our veter- ans who have served to keep our country free. It should be a great night of entertainment and fun as we help out this charity and pay tribute to our vet- erans. The reception be- gins at 6 p.m. and the mu- sic at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at City Hall for a $25 donation per ticket. November 6th is Election Day. I encourage all Bath County registered voters to exercise their right on that day to choose those who will be making decisions that impact their lives from tl e local level to the national level. I have a simple philosophy .... If you don't vote, don't complain! I continue to feel blessed and honored to serve as the Mayor of Owingsville. Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, "The only limit to our realiza- tion of tomorrow will be our doubts of today. Let us move forward with strong and active faith." Our city and county has many challenging and exciting tomorrows ap- proaching and I'm looking forward to each and every one of them. As we draw near to the Thanksgiving Each year, the National FFA Organization is proud to honor the FFA members who show the utmost dedi- cation to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, per- sonal growth and career success through agricul- tural education. That hon- or, the American FFA De- gree, is bestowed upon a select group of individuals for years of academic and professional excellence. Aaron Jacob Smith Wat- son, an FFA member rep- resenting the Bath County FFA Chapter in Owings- vine was selected to join that exclusive list and was awarded the American FFA Degree at the 85th National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis. The convention is known as the largest student gath- ering in the United States and was held Oct. 24-27, 2012. The American FFA De- gree is sponsored by Case IH, Farm Credit, Elanco, DuPont Pioneer and Syn- genta as a special proj- ect of the National FFA am very excited about,posals to get all the "free" holiday, I am reminded Foundation. It recognizes The grant, is entitled "We money we can without of the lyrics, of one my fa-. demonstrated ability and are t tIi COmfy, Get to costing local taxpayers vorite ' songs .... :.."Count - outstan i u,'achi vements Kn6 13s":" The :funds more do,liars. The annual your many blessings, in agricultural businesses, will p iy for establishing a Mayor's Charity Ball will count them one by production, processing new websif for the cotlrity be held on Saturday night, one. Count your many or service programs. To with much valuable infor- marion on it for anyone to view. Second, it will pay for creating a DVD on Bath County. This infor- Nov. 10th at Crossroad's Elementary School. This year's charity is Tim's Toy Trot for Tots. Retired Bath County school teach- blessings, see what God hath done." We are so blessed!! Happy Thanks- giving ! be eligible, FFA members must have earned and pro- ductively invested $7500 through a supervised ag- ricultural experience pro- By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The Kentucky Market Pavilion is busy-once again. this holiday season. Director Mary Glenna Snedegar invites everyone out to upcoming holiday events and to see what this amazing place has to offer. The Kentucky Market Pavilion is a non-profit fa- cility, made possible by state grants, which aims to showcase the products of local artisans and farmers. It is located just east of Owingsville at 2914 East Hwy. 60, by 1-64 exit 123 (Salt Lick exit). Some of the products of- fered include: Ruth Hunt Candies, Ale-8, candles, sorghum, cards, . soap, books, paintings, aprons, lotion, ornaments, knit- ted apparel, glasswork, wood work, jams, jellies, photography, quilts, hair bows, pillow case dresses, doggie treats, gluten free mixes, home d6cor, baby items, sock monkeys, cream candy, wreaths, salsa, BBQ sauce, afghans, and much more. Snedegar said that sev- eral new vendors have been added for the holiday season. You can also find deli- cious home-cooked meals @ The Lunchbox, the Mar- ket Pavilion's own restau- rant. Hot plate lunches are served daily, either dine in or to go. Fall and winter busi- ness hours are Monday - closed; Tuesday - Satur- day, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sundays, Noon to 3 p.m. on the first and last of the month. Holiday hours are extended. Upcoming events in- clude the Christmas Open House on Nov. 3, 10 a.m to 3 pm.; Bath County Home- makers Christmas Bazaar on Nov. 17 from 9 a.m to 1 p.m; and Crafty Christmas, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All events take place next door from the Market Pavilion at the Bath County Agriculture Center. For more information call 606-674-6688 or emall kentuckymarket@gmail. com. gram in which their start, own or hold a professional position in an existing agri- culture enterprise. Recipi- ents must also complete 50 community service hours, as well as demonstrate outstanding leadership abilities and community involvement. Each recipient of the American FFA Degree received a gold American FFA Degree Key plus a certificate after being-on during the convention. The National FFA Orga- nization provides leader- ship, personal growth and career success training through agricultural edu- cation to 540,379 student members in grades seven through 12 who belong to one of the 7489 local FFA chapters throughout the U. S., Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Christian Social Ser- vice Center, Inc is in great need of food to serve our client base. If you are able to donate to us, these are 10 items that are great for food bank donations and for the clients. The list in- cludes items like Protein, Soups and Stews, Canned Fruit, Rice and Pasta and more items that help our food bank give those that are in need of hunger relief 'a nutritionally balanced diet. If you would like to know more about donat- ing food, hosting a !ood drive and for other gener- al questions about giving, please phone at 606-674- 6906 and ask for Teresa Wright, Intake Worker or Marcelle Doggett, Execu- tive Director. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK P.O. BOX 558 OWINGSVILLE, KY 40360 606-674-2186 ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN GRANTED BY THE BATH COUNTY DIS- TRICT COURT AND THE FOLLOWING FIDUCIARY APPOINTMENTS: .Deceased: williard Peters Address: 3091 Kendall Springs,Road : ..... Fiduciary: Ella Terry Address: 8340 Levee Rd. ]effersonvine, KY 40337 Date of Appointment: 10-2-12 Creditors must file claims by: 6 months after appointment Attorney: Garnetta P. Wylie Address: 100 N. MaysviUe St., STE 102 Deceased: Johnny JarreU Address: 2525 US 60 West, Ow'mgsviUe, KY 40360 Fiduciary: Elizabeth Ann Button Address: 892 W. Chamberlin Dr, Kanab, Utah'84741 Date of Appointment: 10-30-12 Creditors must file claims by: 6 months after appointment Attorney: Earl Rogers III Address:154 Elemingsburg Rd, Morehead, KY 40351 Deceased: Dennis Norris Address: 6004 West Highway 36, Sharpsburg, KY 40374 Fiduciary: Wanda Norris Address: 6004 West Highway 36, Sharpsburg, KY 40374 Date of Appointment: Creditors must file claims by: 6 months after appointment Attorney: Kim Hunt Price Address: EO. Box 1189, OwingsviUe, KY 40360 Dedeased: James D. Little Address: 108 High St. Owingsville, KY 40360 Fiduciary: Patricia Hubbard Address: 108 High St. OWingsville, KY 40360 Date of Appointment: 10-16-12 Creditors must file claims by: 6 months after appointment Attorney: Kim Hunt Price Address: EO. Box 1189 Owingsville, KY 40360 s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in Bath County New-Outlook 10.04.12 LEGAL NEWSPAPER NOTICE On October 2, 2012, Gateway Radio Works, Inc. Licensee of Station WKYN- FM Filed an application with the ECC to change its community of license from Owingsville to Mt. Sterling, KY. Hays McMakin is the sole officer, director and stockholder of gateway. A copy of the application is available for public inspection during normal business hours at 22 West Main Street, Mr. Sterling, KY 40353 Published in the Bath County News Outlook 10.18.12, 10.25.12 and 11.01.12 for School Board 4,